Cadby shows potential intent to return to darts: "A break has done me good, see you all soon"

Corey Cadby might return to the PDC. The 27-year-old Australian is planning to sign up for the upcoming Q-School.

Cadby caused a stir in August 2016 when he defeated Phil Taylor 6-2 at the Perth Masters. Later that year, he also won the PDC World Youth Championship by beating Dutchman Berry van Peer in the final.

A new top talent seemed to have emerged, especially after The King reached the final of the UK Open in 2018. In it, however, he lost 11-7 to Gary Anderson. Earlier in the year, he had also captured a Tour Card.

Afterwards Cadby had to deal with personal problems and visa issues. The Australian decided to voluntarily surrender his Tour Card in early 2020, although he was in the top-64 of the world rankings at the time.


The last two years it was very quiet around Cadby, but fellow dartplayer Matthew Edgar revealed on his YouTube channel Edgar TV this week that Cadby is aiming for a return at the PDC through a comment by 'The King' on a Facebook group.

When asked if he's ever coming back to darts, he said: "Hoping to be back for Q-School, by the way I still can leave Australia and enter the UK. A break has done me good, see you all soon."

It remains to be seen whether or not this happens with Cadby saying back in 2020 that he was set to enter qualifiers for the World Championship before potentially returning to Q-School. Neither happened.

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